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Block one will be twice a week for two weeks (breaks down to 2.5 dollars a training day)
Please read through the entire sheet and click on links to see the full depth of this program. It may appear short upon first glance (2 pages), but the devil is in the details. Thank you for checking this out and we hope you enjoy
This is “block 1” of a 3 block energy development cycle.
Block 1 will be predicated on developing the aerobic system. As mentioned in many training texts, it is the aerobic system that sets the base. Despite the high anaerobic demands of countless sports, the intra-session and post session recovery process is predicated on the aerobic system (metabolic clearance and re-synthesis). Part of this aerobic development will be facilitated through nasal breathing. The importance of such breathing has been well documented and a list of research articles can be found below.
The training block will also focus on the glute layering model, which he has successfully implemented with a multitude of athletes (Click here for more details: http://vandykestrength.com/pages/glute_layer_intro). The glute layering part of the program directed towards improving one’s glute patterning and overall muscular efficiency via intra-inter muscular timing.
In short, the goal of this cycle is prepare the body for the upcoming demands of the following glycolytic and Cpr blocks. Of course anyone can take this block and implement bits and pieces of it into their own program. However, the training blocks are designed to build off of one another.
The training cycle includes hyperlinked videos demonstrating the exercises, multiple training options per day, as well as the glute layering method developed by Coach Van Dyke.
Please consult a medical professional before engaging in any form of physical activity. By purchasing this product, the buyers assume all risks associated with the training program and waive all rights to pursue with legal action against the providers for ordinary negligence.
Nasal Breathing Research Links